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Naniwa Sharpening stone question

Tue Nov 12, 2013 11:41 pm

Why is there such a price difference between Naniwa Super Stones and Naniwa Chosera Stones?
Is there any final result difference between sharpening on Super vs. Chosera?
How does longevity compare between the two?

Re: Naniwa Sharpening stone question

Wed Nov 13, 2013 7:19 pm

Longevity wise, the Chocera stones would just have to last longer. The Superstones are just so soft that do wear rather quickly. Final results, personal opinion I guess. I like the 10k Superstone amongst all the high grit stones I've tried including the Chocer

Re: Naniwa Sharpening stone question

Thu Nov 14, 2013 10:34 am

The chosera stones are a much better stone than the super stones IMO. The chosera stones are much harder and cut very fast without loading which can be a issue with the super stones.

They are said to be more expensive because they contain more abrasive and the process they go through to be made is more labor intensive.

I personally didn't care for them a few months ago but after getting a chance to get some good use in I found the chosera stones to be very good. A very consistent stone that flows from grit to grit without issue.

If you decide to get some chosera stones I highly recommend the 3k, probably my favorite stone from the line.

Re: Naniwa Sharpening stone question

Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:35 pm

I would consider the only one worth owning to be the 10k super stone. There are so much cheaper and beter stones, the bestor and Beston for example

Re: Naniwa Sharpening stone question

Wed Nov 27, 2013 9:35 am

Valera - I moved this topic to the sharpening forum. SteveG
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